Who is Karat?
 
Interviewing is the gateway to building careers and teams. Yet, it’s no one’s job to do it with fairness and professionalism -- so we made it our job.

Karat conducts first-round technical interviews on behalf of companies like Indeed, Intuit, Pinterest, and Citrix. Our network of experienced Interview Engineers have conducted tens of thousands of technical interviews with software engineering candidates. Clients increase capacity to interview and unlock engineering productivity, all while providing exceptional candidate experiences.

 
Our Mission
Our mission is to be the world’s interviewer. We conduct highly predictive interviews for our clients with rigor, humanity and fairness. Karat helps companies hire the engineers they need to create the future and helps ensure that engineers are in jobs that maximize their strengths.
 
Interviewing is broken.  Karat professionalizes interviewing.
 
Join our community of Freelance Interview Engineers.
 
Karat Interview Engineers are a network of experienced software engineers who are equipped with the best practices and technology required to be professional interviewers. Every interviewer in the network is an accomplished engineer.  Our interviewers include development managers, software engineers and freelancers covering the full technology stack.
 
Flexible, high impact work that is compensated at highly competitive rates.
 
As an Interview Engineer, you will be compensated at highly competitive rates for your interviewing expertise.  The time commitment is flexible---many of our interviews happen on nights and weekends.  Some experts do 10 interviews/week while others do over 25 interviews/week.  You can work from anywhere, anytime.  You will sharpen your interviewing skills and transform the interviewing experience for every candidate and company.
 
Who are we looking for?
  • We are looking for experienced software engineers who believe that interviewing is a first-class job. You should possess:
  • Interviewing experience focused on evaluating fundamental computer science skills (i.e. data structures, algorithms etc.), software craftsmanship (i.e. understanding of unit testing, source control, APIs etc.), and/or specific technologies (i.e. iOS, distributed systems etc.).
  • Strong oral and written communication skills. Able to empathize with candidates and provide actionable feedback.
  • An ability to structure your schedule (i.e. you can pick certain blocks of time during the day, evenings, weekends).
  • A genuine desire to continuously improve the Karat service and technical interviewing.

Interested? Apply below to learn more and connect with the Karat Team.

 

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